Golden Retrievers keep injured elderly owner alive for two days until help arrives (VIDEO)

Two Golden Retrievers saved Judy Muhe's life after she fell down in her kitchen and lost consciousness.

The 76-year-old, who lives alone, sustained a broken shoulder and was in and out of consciousness for 2 days before help arrived. But Dodger and Higgins kept her warm and alive the entire time.

Judy has Parkinson's disease and the cold can endanger her life.

"The main thing was they let me know I was not alone," Judy told ABC News. "[Higgins] laid up against my back, and Dodger laid on my feet and legs ... I don't know what I would have done without them..."

It was a close friend who eventually found her. Kathy Jacobs had tried to reach Judy repeatedly by phone and after not hearing back from her, she and her husband used a spare key to get into Judy's home.

Dodger and Higgins ran to them and lead them to Judy on the floor.

She's now had two surgeries to repair her shoulder and is incredibly grateful to her two dogs. "I just love my dogs so much."

Responses to "Palmdale dogs keep elderly owner alive after fall"

  1. Unknown says:

    Heartwarming story x

  2. Anonymous says:

    Angels with paws, indeed! <3

  3. Fili says:

    Those are some very loyal dogs. That is wonderful they saved her. It shows how much they love her & she loves them.

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